Cruising by Elephant Rock

Elephant Rock, Iceland
Elephant Rock, Iceland

Elephant Rock is an incredible natural rock formation which is said to have formed following the eruption of Heimaey Island’s Eldfell Volcano in the 1970’s. It is named Elephant Rock as its appearance is akin to a giant elephant dipping its trunk into the Atlantic Ocean which surrounds the island.

A remarkable example of Mother Nature at work, Elephant Rock is best seen from the sea; and there no better way to admire this wonderful natural wonder than from the decks of your Fred. Olsen cruise ship.

Cruises to Cruising by Elephant Rock

The Natural Wonders of Iceland

The Natural Wonders of Iceland

Departs: Liverpool • Fri 02 Jul 2021
9 nights • Borealis • S2114

  • Get closer to the awe-inspiring wonders and wildlife of Iceland than you ever imagined, as you explore three sides of this astonishing land on Borealis
  • See the Golden Circle’s Geysir hot springs, mighty Gullfoss Waterfall Thingvellir National Park from Reykjavik; or even unwind in the Blue Lagoon’s soothing geothermal baths.
  • Encounter the native puffins of Vigur Island and seek-out magnificent whales and dolphins on tours from Ísafjörður and Akureyri; and revel in the sights and sounds of spectacular fjords.

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